A shady friend — for Torrid days —
Is easier to find —
Than one of higher temperature
For Frigid — hour of Mind —

The Vane a little to the East —
Scares Muslin souls — away —
If Broadcloth Hearts are firmer —
Than those of Organdy —

Who is to blame? The Weaver?
Ah, the bewildering thread!
The Tapestries of Paradise
So notelessly — are made!

Analysis, meaning and summary of Emily Dickinson's poem A shady friend — for Torrid days

2 Comments

  1. frumpo says:

    God makes everyone different, and it is very mysterious.

  2. Jenny says:

    to cool to be oh yes it is to be now I say good by my dear friend the.

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